Marshall County Circuit Clerk Angie Johnson is reminding voters they can cast their ballots by absentee ballots if they don’t want to vote in person on election day.

“There are a couple of ways that you can vote absentee so please choose one of the following: (Please note: any hand-delivery of application or ballot must be made by the voter themselves or I must receive it through the mail).

• In person: The office is located on the second floor of the Marshall County Courthouse in Guntersville and is open to the public 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. for in-person voting.

You will be given your application to complete. I will make a copy of your photo ID. Your application will be processed and your ballot given to you.

Once you have completed your ballot, I will witness your signature on the affidavit envelope. Instructions will be given on how to seal it in the proper envelopes and you will then place it in the locked ballot box where it will remain until election day.

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